Monthly Archives: March, 2021

Kelly Latimer: Dryden’s First Female Research Test Pilot

Kelly J. Latimer was a research pilot in the Flight Crew Branch of NASA’s Dryden (now Armstrong) Flight Research Center from March through November 2007 and flew the T38, T-34, G-III, C-17, and the Ikhana/Predator B. Latimer was the center’s first female research test pilot. Prior to joining NASA, Latimer was on active duty with the U.S. …

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Mae Jemison, First African American Woman in Space

Mae Jemison is an engineer, physician and former NASA astronaut. In this image, she looks out the aft flight deck ports on Space Shuttle Endeavour’s STS-47 mission in 1998. She was the first African American woman in space. Jemison was selected for the astronaut program in June 1987. On her first flight, she was the science mission specialist …

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The 21 Best Meditation Podcasts to Listen to Right Now

When life gets chaotic, finding time to sit down, let alone meditate, may seem unrealistic. The good news? You don’t need hours or even much experience to benefit from a daily practice of meditation. Being able to bring awareness to your breath and refocus your attention on the present moment can help you manage stress, …

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International Women’s Day / I Am Woman!

#HelenReddyTribute, #restinpeace, #IAMWOMAN, #youtube.com, #empowerment, #strong, #courageous, #yeswecan.

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Earth Song

#Michael Jackson, #Earth, #Youtube.com, #you’reonit,soownit,

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